Preparing audio and video files for the iPad


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Preparing audio and video files for the iPad

The iPad is a great device for playing audio and video files, but it can't play every audio and video file that you throw at it. In this movie, we'll look at how to prepare media files for playback on your iPad. We'll start with audio files. The iPad can play all audio files that are compatible with iTunes. So you can find out what those are by going to iTunes > Preferences, clicking the Import Settings, and clicking the Import Using menu. You see that it supports AAC, AIFF, Apple Lossless, MP3, and WAV Encoder.

Now, the majority of audio files that you will encounter are in one of these formats, but if you're using a Windows PC, you might see some older WMA files. And on the Internet, it's possible to find audio files in the Ogg and FLAC formats. Normally, when discussing Windows and the Mac, you have to find different software solutions when you're talking about converting audio and video. In this case, you don't need to for audio because the free Switch ...

Preparing audio and video files for the iPad
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Preparing audio and video files for the iPad provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the iPad Tips and Tricks (2010)

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